(WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass., July 23, 2013) – A lucky contributor to the Rogovoy Report between today and August 5 will be selected randomly to receive a free dinner for two at Mezze Bistro + Bar (in the form of a $100 gift certificate) and a pair of tickets to see the world premiere of the new stage musical version of Robert James Waller’s bestselling romance, “The Bridges of Madison County” at the Williamstown Theatre Festival (WTF).
This giveaway, put together by Mezze and WTF to thank those who support the Rogovoy Report, is in addition to the ongoing giveaways being run weekly for dinners at John Andrews Restaurant in Egremont and tickets to plays at Berkshire Theatre Festival and Shakespeare & Company.
Those who would like to be considered for the Northern Berkshire option of dinner at Mezze and tickets to WTF should please note so in the comments section of the contribution option when making a donation via the Paypal button on the right-hand side of the page by simply writing “WTF” or “Mezze.”[Click here to learn WHY DONATE to the ROGOVOY REPORT.]
Every $20 donation will give contributors another chance to earn the dinner and tickets (every $20 increment counts toward another chance to win, e.g., $80 = 4 chances to win).
Dinner/ticket-winners will be announced on August 6.
The $100 Mezze gift certificate (does not include gratuity) can be used any night except Friday and Saturday during theatre season. If patrons decide to use the Mezze gift certificate outside of that time frame, no day-of-the-week restrictions apply.
Robert James Waller’s best-selling novel captivated millions of readers with the story of a beautiful Italian woman who marries an American soldier to flee war-ravaged Italy. Her new life on an Iowa farm is uncomplicated until the day a National Geographic photographer comes up her driveway looking for directions, forever changing the course of their lives. Developed by an extraordinary, award-winning creative team — including Marsha Norman, who wrote the book — this passionate new musical captures the lyrical expanse of America’s heartland along with the deep yearning entangled in the eternal question, “What if…?”